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Australia's key dairy region is facing a “supply chain revolution,” says Rabobank senior dairy analyst Michael Harvey.
Tools such as Farm IQ and other farming data collection tools are increasingly important to sheep producers, Blake Holgate believes.
Growing more lambs in the shoulder season is among proposals for maximising the value of New Zealand lamb in a new report from Rabobank.
The term ‘value added’ is too often used as a vague generic, and farmers need to consider specific strategies for adding value, says Rabobank analyst Blake Holgate.
New Zealand dairy processors could struggle to get enough milk to operate their plants, according to a new report by Rabobank.
Buyers appear comfortable with the current whole milk powder (WMP) prices despite predictions of higher production in New Zealand, says Rabobank dairy analyst Emma Higgins.
Butter prices last week burst through the US$6000/tonne mark for the first time in GDT Event history, hitting US$6004/t for the tenth time this year.
Chinese dairy consumers are increasingly turning to higher value added or premium dairy products, says Sandy Chen, Rabobank’s senior dairy and beverages analyst for Asia.
There is significant potential for New Zealand to export more fruit and vegetables, says a visiting US fruit and vegetable expert.
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